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Old 31-10-13, 02:32 PM   #1
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I have a 2005 Peugeot Expert 2.0 HDI that will not start

van was running driving until parked up a week ago then wouldn't start, glow plugs and glow plug relay have been changed as have the air and fuel filter(siemens fuel system ) , AA have been out and not helped much, when I originally tried to start the van I could not hear fuel pump priming with ignition on then yesterday I could hear it, again today when ignition was turned on I couldn't hear the pump priming which makes me think possibly something electrical, when pump was priming I had codes read and fault code p0230. battery is good and power is reaching glow plugs and injector rail.


Any advice greatly appreciated as im stumped at the moment and don't want to get ripped off by garages or dealers fitting parts at random
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Old 31-10-13, 02:44 PM   #2
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Get a proper diagnostic:

https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/...gnostic-28190/

P0230 - Diesel high pressure regulation circuit pressure below reference value.

Planet will check the fuel pressure and anything electrical and mechanical related to the fuel delivery.
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As Above

But do check fuse 9 i think in the engine fuse box

F9- fuse fuel pump relay.

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( AA have been out and not helped much)

how many times Ive heard that all the AA are is recover you to the next best thing and most of the driver /mechanics don't have a clue with modern cars most are old school and don't know about 21st century diagnostics

from experience the RAC know more then the AA
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Ditto. Turn up, plug in fault code reader, take a random guess at the problem.

I'm surprised they didn't recommend a new HP Pump.
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Well funny you should say that , last thing he said was that the hp pump was all he couldn't eliminate but as I said the fact the van primes up one day then no the next is making me think its something simple, never had any problems with starting in the past, the van has done 125000
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Few errors here if it is a siemens system the you will never hear a lift pump as it will NOT have one.

Glow plugs are NOT needed these engines start without them

What is the engine code ?
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Heh heh, they've done that to two other AA members I know. On both occasions it was something else - fuel filter on one and sticking lift pump in the tank on the other.

Both well known if you know Peugeots, but not if you're a fix-anything or are relying on Autodata or which diagnostic kit they're using.
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I was told the siemens system had the 3 pipe fitments on top.

engine code i believe is RHZ

I could definatly hear something kicking in and could hear pressure / fuel building up around the fuel filter yesterday but no start but today nothing at all, glow plugs and relay were changed as i previously had a p0380 glow plug fault code but changing relay and plugs has erased this, and now i have the p0230

Many thanks
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Your engine code is in your vin number, usually around the 6th digit, do not confuse filter with Ecu, I have worked on a few with a siemens fuel filter and bosch ecu
I have yet to see a siemens ecu in one of these,(only worked on a couple though) Rhz is a 110 bosch I believe.
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